2013 Programme

Thursday 29 August, 2013

Lada Valešová Piano Recital incuding Dumkas by Dvořák, Suk, Balakirev, Liszt, Lysenko; Brahms 3 Intermezzi Op. 117; Beethoven Sonata Op. 110

After hours in the Alley Late-night jazz in the White Horse skittle alley Quantock Swing Quintet

Friday 30 August

Family Art workshop Getting creative with a special Festival art event Free, materials supplied This was part of BBC’s Your Paintings scheme www.bbc.co.uk/thingstodo/activity/stogumber-festival-s-childrens-art-and-music-workshop.

Robin Hopcroft, busker, in The Square

Cara Dillon & Sam Lakeman Irish folk duo, plus support Darren Hodge

After hours in the Alley Folk singer Paul Haines in the White Horse skittle alley

Saturday 31 August

Children’s Music Workshop Making music happen!

Trio Paradis Piano trio with a programme of classical Gypsy music including: Haydn Trio in G major Hob XV:25 (Gypsy Rondo); Kreisler Gypsy Caprice; Bartók For Children vol.2 no.32; Martinů Variations on a Slovakian Theme; Bartók Romanian Folk Dances; Dvořák Trio in E minor, Op. 90 (‘Dumky’)

Lunch Light refreshments to the Brazilian beats of Bossa Beleza or dining at the delightful White Horse Inn in The Square on a special Festival menu

Brian Heaton Accordian music in The Square

Reed Rage! Sax Octet  with classic standards and tunes from the Roaring 20’s, Gorgeous Ballads and Hot Swing

Ben & Alfie in The Village Hall

Anita Watson Soprano, accompanied by Lada Valešová Piano in a varied programme that included: Rachmaninoff Songs, Opus 38:songs by Richard Strauss; Puccini; Menotti; Gershwin and Ives

After hours in the Alley Sarah Joy Local singer/songwriter

Sunday 1 September

William Whitehead Organ Recital & Poetry Reading (Coleridge & the Romantics: A journey in music and words)

Lunch with 
Christopher Legrove on the piano and the village’s very own male voice choir The Stoggy Men or dining at the White Horse Inn

History Walk with Lesley Morgan Stogumber’s resident village history expert on an informative tour of 
the village past and present

Choral Evensong with Stogumber Festival Choir and
William Whitehead Organist Lifting the spirits for the journey home

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